Minor7b5 over Minor = Dorian Trick You Should Know
Published on 16 December 2020
Ã¢â€“Âº Support this channel and get Tab : https://masterguitaracademy.com/yt This is a great little trick you should know. Play a minor7b5 arpeggio, one and a half whole-steps below the minor chord you are playing over, and you get the Dorian sound. Pretty cool? To do the same over an A minor chord, play the F#m7b5 arpeggio. To play over a D minor chord, play Bm7b5 - do you get the idea? When you are ready to learn with me: Go to https://www.masterguitaracademy.com Ã¢â€“Âº My merch is here: https://www.cafepress.ca/masterguitaracademy Ã¢â€“Âº My Amazon Store: https://www.masterguitaracademy.com /amazonstore I teach music theory, blues, rock, funk, country, scales, chords, triads... and much more. My website lessons come with Soundslice, which makes it incredibly easy to learn. Both tab and video are synced together in one view on the screen. Ã¢â€“Â¼ Follow me here... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/masterguitaracademy Twitter: https://twitter.com/mguitaracademy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MasterGuitarAcademy Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/rotren I'm a guitar instructor in Canada, and I provide guitar playing lessons and gear advice, as well as gear demos.
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